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The Glassboys are into the Evo-Stik NPL Premier Division Play-Off Final after a thrilling evening at the War Memorial Ground.
The Glassboys came from behind twice to secure a home Play-Off semi-final against Workington on Monday night.
The Glassboys secured a play-off place with a solid display and an ultimately comfortable win against their Black Country neighbours.
A strong second half display earned the Glassboys all three points against lowly Frickley at the War Memorial Ground.
The Glassboys will, most probably, have come away from Buxton tonight as the happier side after securing a hard-earned draw against a play-off rival.
An exquisite Luke Benbow free-kick seven minutes from time salvaged a thoroughly deserved point for the Glassboys at Hednesford.
Three late goals turned around what looked like being a frustrating night for the Glassboys against resilient Ilkeston.
The Glassboys' play-off ambitions suffered a dent with defeat in Cumbria as the home side gained revenge for their earlier 5 - 0 loss at Amblecote.
Luke Benbow's early goal was enough to settle a tight local derby at the Grove on Tuesday evening.
A crazy game at the War Memorial Ground saw the Glassboys emerge triumphant and return to second place in the Premier Division table.
The Glassboys built on Saturday's win at Whitby with a battling display and another win against Stafford Rangers On Monday night.
A superb second half fightback saw the Glassboys return from Whitby with all three points to re-ignite their play-off hopes.
Two first half goals were enough to give Blyth victory at the War Memorial, despite a late consolation from Tom Tonks for the Glassboys.
The Glassboys' promotion campaign suffered a blow as Grantham ran out deserved winners at the Meres.
The Glassboys make it two wins in three days to move up to second in the Evo-Stik League Premier Division.
Felipe Barcelos was the scourge of the Glassboys again as the Brazilian helped himself to a hat-trick as the visitors ran out 4 - 1 victors.
Two goals from Jordan Archer were enough to give the Glassboys victory against a resilient Marine outfit.
A second 4-0 away win in the space of four days saw the Glassboys move up to sixth in the Evo-Stik NPL Premier Division.
The Glassboys were so close to bringing Wycombe back to the War Memorial, until Adebayo Akinfenwa's 83rd minute header settled the tie.
The Glassboys are into the Third Round of the Emirates FA Cup, thanks to Jack Duggan's goal four minutes from time!
The Glassboys warmed up for next Sunday's F A Cup tie against Northampton Town with a first-half demolition job on their shell-shocked opponents.
The Glassboys held on to claim all three points despite a late rally from the visitors, after an interesting afternoon at the War Memorial.
The Glassboys blasted their way into the Emirates FA Cup Second Round with three second half goals on an electric night at the War Memorial.
A much-changed Glassboys line-up battled hard for a deserved point against a strong Spennymoor outfit at the Brewery Field.
The Glassboys live to fight another day after an enthralling Emirates FA Cup tie on the south coast.
Substitute Brandon Hague's late header salvaged a point for the Glassboys after they had trailed for almost the entire game.Ma
Goals from Leon Broadhurst and Luke Benbow saw the Glassboys come from behind to make it through to the Fourth Qualifying Round.
The Glassboys picked up a useful point from what was a somewhat lacklustre game at Stafford Rangers on Tuesday night.
Goals from Luke Benbow and Leon Broadhurst inflicted a first defeat of the season on the 3rd-placed visitors at the War Memorial Ground.
A brace from Luke Benbow secured a point after the visitors had raced into a very early two goal lead at the war Memorial Ground.
A superb free kick from Drew Canavan seven minutes from time edged the Glassboys to a tense victory and a place in the Third Qualifying Round.
The Glassboys Slipped to a disappointing defeat in the Peak District, with only Brandon Hague's late goal for consolation.
The Glassboys came from behind to progress to the Emirates FA Cup Second Qualifying Round.
Brandon Hague's injury time goal, his first for Stourbridge, secured all three points for the Glassboys from their trip to Cheshire.
The Glassboys picked up a much-needed win at Westfield Lane, thanks to two first half goals from Luke Benbow.
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